It is located to the southwest of the municipality of which it forms part, Valverde de la Virgen, being the one with the fewest inhabitants. It belonged to the old Brotherhood of Valdoncina, one of the popular movements that were born to defend the rights of the small rural nuclei against the urban councils.
When the municipality of Valverde del Camino was created in the 19th century, now Valverde de la Virgen, towns that formed part of the municipal district of Quintana Raneros separated from it to become part of Valverde, including Oncina de la Valdoncina.
In Oncina de la Valdoncina we can see the old hermitage known as San Bartolo converted today into the church of San Bartolomé.
Oncina de la Valdoncina celebrates its patron saint festivities in honour of San Bartolomé at the end of August and also celebrates San Blas on 3 February.
To get to Oncina de la Valdoncina we have several options, we can do from Fresno del Camino or from Santovenia de la Valdoncina, both in the vicinity of Leon, next to the AP-66.
Oncina de la Valdoncina has a metropolitan bus service that connects it with León and the neighbouring villages.
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